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2010-02-23 Samsung to push EUV litho by 2012
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd announced its plans to push wants extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography by 2012 despite signs that the technology will not be ready by that time at the LithoVision 2010
2005-10-19 Qualcomm to roll 65-nm chips in 2006
Hoping to keep up with Texas Instruments Inc. and others in the wireless-baseband market, Qualcomm Inc. said it plans to implement 65nm process technology for its cellphone chipsets starting in the first half of 2006
2006-06-27 Portable speakers roll for the iPod
Logitech's mm50 portable speakers, the first integrated iPod dock from the company, is examined in this article.
2003-03-13 Philips preparing to take back Adelante's DSP cores
Philips is on the verge of folding back into its parent organization the company's internally grown Real DSP cores, spun off just two years ago to Adelante Technologies through a merger with Frontier Design, according to industry sources
2005-04-12 Passive optical fiber deployment to grow 310 Percent by 2008
The race by worldwide telecommunications carriers to roll out passive optical network (PON) fiber is creating a boom in the market, with shipments projected to jump 310 percent from $525 million in 2004 to $2.2 billion in 2008, according to a report from Infonetics Research.
2008-12-10 Pan-India GSM network to roll out
Tata Teleservices Ltd, a telecom service provider in India, has partnered with Nokia Siemens Networks for its pan-India GSM network rollout.
2004-12-09 Oracle, Dell, Intel to offer next-gen IT education
To help speed development and adoption of a next generation data center architecture, Oracle is working with Dell, Intel and their Linux partners to roll out a global education and information campaign slated to begin in January 2005.
2013-09-25 Oracle pushes Java as the answer to IoT front line
With fragmentation an for IoT, Oracle has made the effort to establish Java as a major entrant in the race to unify diverse operating systems and protocols for the Internet of Things
2015-11-20 ON Semi to acquire Fairchild for $2.4B in cash
The combined company would be the No.2 player in the power semiconductor category, with a strong focus on the automotive, industrial and smartphone end markets.
2010-03-03 NXP mulls turning wafer fab to solar facility
NXP BV is in talks on the possibility of converting a 6-inch wafer fab at Nijmegen, The Netherlands, to solar cell manufacture
2004-01-09 Nvidia joins cellphone 3D group as first chipsets roll
PC graphics leader Nvidia Corp. announced it is joining the Khronos Group, an ad hoc organization defining a subset for cellular phones of the OpenGL 3-D graphics application programming interface.
2003-11-19 Nokia to roll out its EDGE solutions in the Philippines
Globe Telecom of the Philippines has concluded a deal with Nokia for the rollout of the latter's Enhance Data Rates for GSM Evolution (EDGE) network solutions in Metro Manila, following successful EDGE trials earlier this year.
2009-04-29 Nokia to boost mobile Internet services in UAE
Etisalat and Nokia Corp. have partnered to provide convenient access to advanced mobile Internet-based services to boost the adoption of advanced mobile Internet services in the Middle East
2006-12-19 Ningbo Bird to invest $38M in TD-SCDMA
Ningbo Bird Co., one of China's largest domestic mobile phone makers, intends to invest $38 million to develop handsets for the domestic 3G technology known as TD-SCDMA
2008-11-06 New wave of collaboration to roll in 4G segment
The mobile broadband chip sector is likely to see more consolidations as the business progresses, based on a study made by Light Reading's Components Insider research unit
2010-05-17 Networked digital recording to boost MoCA market
Cable TV companies are planning to offer networked digital video recording services this year, driving a five-fold increase in the market for chips based on Multimedia over Coax Alliance standard
2014-02-28 MWC 2014: Three things you need to know
Low-cost smartphones, wearable devices and the 64bit and octa-core mobile chips rush are the major trends that dominated this year's Mobile World Congress.
2015-08-27 Mobile wireless charging space to expect steep climb by 2020
Juniper Research reported that wireless charging adoption for mobile devices will rise quickly in the coming years, with nearly 40 per cent of households in the US using wireless charging by 2020.
2012-07-24 Mixed signal sol'ns for tablets to arrive in H2
Integrated Device Technology's offerings will include IDT's timing and power management ICs.
2007-05-10 Mitsubishi to break into OLED panel market
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries will formally enter the OLED market when it starts rolling out sample panels this year.
2012-11-01 Mitsubishi Electric to roll SiC module-equipped CNC drive unit
The MDS-DM2-SPHV3-20080 is a multi-hybrid, multi-axis integrated-drive unit for drive control of spindle and servo motors.
2013-02-12 Micron to put flash, DRAM on DDR4 bus
Micron will include NAND flash and DRAM on the DDR4 bus to jump ahead of current solid state drives on PCI Express
2014-11-10 MediaTek aims to cut Qualcomm's lead in China's 4G market
MediaTek plans to move to the 4G market more quickly than expected in order to keep up with the smartphone trends. Its octa-core processor aims at Chinese smartphone brands
2004-05-24 Marvell to roll out SoCs with custom ARM cores
Citing the rising costs of system-on-chip development and manufacturing, Marvell Semiconductor Inc. said it will only use custom versions of ARM's 32-bit processors as part of a far-reaching agreement with the Cambridge, U.K.-based processor vendor.
2012-07-02 Marvell desires to become chip leader in China
Marvell Semiconductor Inc. has declared its goal of becoming the largest semiconductor company in China.
2007-06-20 Malaysians soon to enjoy DVD-quality TV 'on-the-go
Nokia Corp. and MiTV Corp. Sdn Bhd have teamed up to launch a commercial mobile broadcast TV service, based on Digital Video Broadcast - Handheld (DVB-H) technology, in Malaysia in 2H 2007
2007-04-12 Malaysia urges WiMAX operators to join forces
Malaysian minister Lim Keng Yaik said that four new WiMAX operators will be asked to share infrastructure to reduce costs and enhance service, the reported
2009-05-22 Li-ion battery tech to make or break Chevy Volt
Even as General Motors teeters on the brink of bankruptcy, engineers are working on one of the boldest innovations in GM's history: the Chevy Volt, a range-extended electric vehicle powered by a revolutionary battery platform called the Voltec.
2008-07-01 IP standards to Roll for sensor nets
Aiming to define a spec for Internet Protocol as early as June next year, the IETF's Routing over Low-power and Lossy Networks (Roll) group is pursuing a standard way for control and sensor nodes on Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and 802.15.4 nets to link to the broader Internet.
2011-03-21 Intel to roll out sub-10W Atom server processor
Intel has bared plans to release in 2012 its first CPU for Atom-based servers consuming less than 10W. It will also ship later this year a 15W server processor based on its SandyBridge architecture
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